Bringing together both historic and contemporary objects from its diverse collections?Asian, African, American and the decorative arts of Europe?the Newark Museum?s winter 2016 feature exhibition will showcase the history and breadth of Islamic art. Show More Summary
The pedestrian tunnel leading to the Southwest Museum of the American Indian has been filled with modern art. [ more › ]
Bernie Sanders just put forward a stunning new commercial from that is likely to spark more devotion and deep affection for the candidate. It artfully depicts a diverse a compilation of a mosaic of faces of Americans of different ages, genders and races, exhorting them to stick "Together."
the Fondation Cartier pour l?art contemporain is presenting for the first time in Europe a comprehensive retrospective of the work of Fernell Franco, a major yet still under-recognized figure of Latin American photography. A photojournalist...Show More Summary
GP Presents and Gerald Peters Gallery announces Fault Lines: Shifting Perspectives on Landscape in American Art. Featuring work by 21st century artists Christy Gast, Shane McAdams, Jason Middlebrook, Kristine Moran, and Nick van Woert, in tandem with select works by 19th and 20th century artists, including Albert Bierstadt, John F. Show More Summary
The following is a guest post from FS reader, Kameron Snow. He is a professional copywriter specializing in the art of the political. Businesses with a taste for victory come to him to hone their messaging, strategy, and copy. He can be found at kameronsnow.com, blogging about the nexus of marketing, politics, and copywriting. If Read More...
Don't miss 2155: An Exploration of Afrofuturism in Performance Art at Gay City this weekend. This week, our arts critics have recommended the best events in every genre—from K. Tsianina Lomawaima's talk about Native Americans and sports team mascots to a feminist movie party, and from a talk featuring Amber Tamblyn to the Seattle blind cafe. Show More Summary
The creators of Whitestone see a great opportunity to “bring back album art and create rich online experiences that are auditory, visual, and interactive.” Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at The American Genius
Life?s about to get a whole lot easier for Americans who like to buy their fine art, antiques and collecti-bles through internet auction. Barnebys.com, the Swedish-based auction aggregator that features, at any given time, over a half...Show More Summary
A Michigan-based art dealer was charged with selling dozens of fake works by American masters to unsuspecting buyers. Was the Smithsonian also duped by his alleged fraud?
This winter, the Whitney Museum of American Art debuted Laura Poitras: Astro Noise, the first solo museum exhibition by artist, filmmaker, and journalist Laura Poitras. On view from February 5 through May 1, 2016, this immersive installation of new work builds on topics important to Poitras, including mass surveillance, the war on terror, the U.S. Show More Summary
This was an interesting, if surprising segment on Fox News. Eric Bolling's mind is blown, ladies and gentlemen, that Hillary Clinton "is trying to tell Bernie Sanders and the American people that she can't stand Wall Street." He then...Show More Summary
"Astro Noise," which opens today at the Whitney Museum of American Art, marks the "CITIZENFOUR" filmmaker's first ever solo museum exhibition.
Dennis Hopper is one the most fascinating figures in American cinema, a vital artist who rose so fast and fell so hard that his story has taken on a tragic aura. What would have become of the director Easy Rider if his second film wasn’t...Show More Summary
poboh: Gracefully Toward Evening, David Grossmann. American, born in 1984, Colorado. - Oil on Linen Panel - (Source: Altamira Fine Art )
“Open Door”, “Exodus”, “Revelations” Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Opera House The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington, DC February 2, 2016 by George Jackson © 2016 by George Jackson As the Obama era in the...Show More Summary
The American artist Thornton Dial died on January 25, 2016, at the age of 87. Leslie Umberger, SAAM's curator of folk and self-taught art writes an appreciation about Mr. Dial and his work.
A Michigan art dealer was arrested Wednesday for allegedly passing off fake masterpieces by American art legends — such as Willem de Kooning and Franz Kline — as the real deal.
American drama-thriller "Bates Motel" is set to return to A&E soon for its fourth season. But before the season can premiere its first episode, the show released new key art featuring lead character Norman Bates (Freddie Highmore) with a very unusual and sinister look, an indication that the young man has become fully mentally-disturbed.
Emily Smith discusses the place of zines in contemporary American politics, over at Ploughshares. As she puts it, “Zines, like street art, are allowed critical power through anonymity—a function newsstand periodicals simply can’t perform for the sake of reputation or the sacrifice of advertisers. In this way, zines are small-scale democracies.”